The Shenzhou-18 crew members, who are currently aboard the Chinese space station, will conduct their second extravehicular activities (EVAs) in the coming days, the China Manned Space Agency announced on Tuesday.

Since completing their first spacewalk on May 28, the crew has successfully completed tasks including servicing experiment enclosures and installing components, monitoring environmental conditions inside the space station, and preparing for second EVAs. They have made steady progress on experiments in areas such as space materials science, space life science, and aerospace medicine.

The Manned Space Agency said the Shenzhou-18 crew is in good health and the space station combination is operating smoothly, presenting good conditions for conducting EVAs.


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